Unauthorized Mac clone maker, Psystar, on Thursday said it will emerge from chapter 11 bankruptcy as it takes on Apple's Mac system and a legal battle.
It will exit its bankruptcy and it plans to continue its operations despite its legal and financial troubles, the company said.
The Florida- based Psystar also accused Apple citing that its Mac OS X was violating anti-trust laws in term of its end user license agreement, which forbids the installation of the software on non-Apple hardware.
Therefore, it couldn't sue Psystar for copyright infringement, the firm claims.
Meanwhile, the firm released its new Open (7) system, a high-end system based on Intel's Nehalem Xeon platform with up to 24GB of RAM for a fast OS X experience starting at $1,4999 with OS X Leopard preinstalled.